NICTA at the Australian Technology park
BuildingIQ provides a unique Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution to optimize energy use in commercial buildings. The Australian Technology Park (ATP) is a business and technology center intended to serve as an incubator for high-tech startups and to bring research and commercial interests together in a symbiotic environment. ATP is comprised of five distinct buildings located in a campus-like setting in the suburbs of Sydney. BuildingIQ was asked to deploy its Predictive Energy Optimization™ (PEO) model at four of the buildings, and begin with the 120,000 square foot one occupied by the National Information and Technology Communications Center of Australia (NICTA). This building was already very energy efficient (NABERS of 5.5 out of 6), so expected energy savings were low. In the end, the customers were very pleasantly surprised by the savings achieved. Download the full case study to find out how they did it and the results they achieved.